Montana Catholic Schools Weekly
February 1, 2015
The View From the Parking Lot
For high schools, the parking lot and the parking/driving behavior of students drivers is the issue. There is never enough parking and there is usually immature driving. Therefore, our neighbors are likely to be inconvenienced, annoyed, and even angry. Are you reaching out to your neighbors? Imagine the message it sends to the neighbors if you do reach out by giving them a calendar of school events and perhaps a token of appreciation like what they do at Loyola-Sacred Heart in Missoula.
In elementary schools, your very customers are suffering the inconveniences of the car line. How long is the typical wait? Is there a smooth process? Is your parking lot safe from other cars and ice? If your parking lot and car line are disorganized and unsafe--what are the messages you are sending to your parents?
Daily, your customers are coming away with an impression of your school. Is it a good one?
Dr. Tim Uhl
Sr. Judy Lund, OP
Honored by St. Matthew's School (Kalispell) for her 60 year jubilee with the Sinsinawa Dominicans
Monica and her husband were one of the founders of Great Falls Central Catholic. She serves as the office admnistrator and occasional bus driver.
Bishop MIchael Warfel
Bishop Warfel traveled over 1,415 miles this past week celebrating Catholic Schools Week at every Catholic school in Eastern Montana.
Sr. Judy Lund, OP
The Week Ahead
Tuesday: Office day & Virtual previsit @ St. Charles Academy (San Diego)
Wednesday: Missoula meetings
Thursday: De La Salle Blackfeet Academy visit (Browning)
Friday: DLSB (cont)
This week: 680 miles
Last week: 1,180 miles + 339 newsletter views
2014-15: 20,544 miles
- All elementary schools who have received their WCEA accreditation before this year will be asked to fill out the annual report and turn in by June 1st. The document will be up on the website under the accreditation tab.
- I'd like to place a "job openings" tab on the website. When you become aware of job openings, please send them along.